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14 Feb
One person was killed and more than 10 people were injured Monday when two commuter trains collided near Munich in southern Germany, police said.
25 Aug 2020
Let me give the background to this piece. I was reading some comments on Twitter early in the week, when I ran into this one by one Dr Ben Gbenro: “Why are some people allergic to good news about Nigeria?
16 Feb 2020
Japan's health minister on Sunday urged the public to avoid crowds and "non-essential gatherings", including notoriously packed commuter trains, to prevent the new coronavirus
10 Jan 2020
China has introduced its first ‘smart’ high-speed trains to connect Beijing and Zhangjiakou, the two host cities of the 2022 Winter Olympics.
4 Feb 2018
In 1956, the Queen of England and the Duke of Edinburgh paid their colony, Nigeria, a visit, focussing on Lagos, Ibadan, Kano, and Calabar. The most convenient way of moving around at the time was by rail. Sir Lord Lugard, Governor General from 1901-1919, who was interested in connecting towns in the colony for economic…

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The former President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has suffered another political defeat as the Democratic Candidate, Senator Raphael Warnock, won Georgia's midterm election runoff for December Tuesday 6, 2022.
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Senators, yesterday, expressed concerns over the new Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) policy on cash withdrawal, which they observed might stifle economy.
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With 80 days to the presidential election, the United Kingdom (UK) has said it has no interest in who becomes Nigeria’s next president, as it warned against any act that could intimidate eligible voters from exercising their franchise on election day.
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